The Bridge to reunite Saturday for Believe in Music benefit
Oct 25, 2012 09:14PM
● By Anonymous
Mandolinist/vocalist/beatboxer extraordinaire Kenny Liner has since become involved in the effort to provide music education to children in Baltimore, leading to the creation of Believe in Music, a new division of The Living Classrooms Foundation. The Living Classrooms Foundation’s mission is to “strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources”.
Saturday’s event will benefit Believe in Music. Adding to the attraction are singer/songwriter Caleb Stine’s last set for the foreseeable future, music from DJ WHO with Cirque Oya, rooftop DJ sets, beer from Maryland’s own Flying Dog Brewery, and the entirety of the Science Center’s exhibits open for exploration. There will also be two special screenings of a new IMAX film.
The Bridge reunited for a special set over the summer in Ohio at All Good Music Festival, out of the range of some of their longtime fans. Fortunately for those hoping for one last night of The Bridge or eager to check out a group they never had the fortune to experience live, Saturday’s event will present a special opportunity with the added bonus of benefiting an important local cause.
Tickets to Saturday's event can be purchased here:
Donations to the Believe In Music foundation can be made here: